RHOSCOLYN HERALD

Welcome to the new look Rhoscolyn website.  We have been going now for some six years and in the best Hollywood tradition we thought we would have a face lift!

For those of you who are new to Rhoscolyn, it is a beautiful, peaceful, small village, which includes Four Mile Bridge. It is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the lovely Borthwen beach (see below) and all the surrounding countryside and coastline.

And it is a great place for swimming and enjoying all sorts of water sports.


We hope you will have a good look round the website.  It is intended to serve both the local community and visitors. We always very much appreciate your thoughts, ideas, suggestions as to how we can improve it. And best of all, your contributions.  We love getting them and always try to use them – See CONTACT page for where to send them.

£415 raised for St Gwenfaen’s


Picture by Edna Aldred, report from Susan Hanbury:.

There was a truly appreciative audience for the String Quartet Concert at St Gwenfaen’s Church, on Thursday 30th May, followed by an array of canapés and prosecco!

This classical music event was performed by the Speranza String Quartet; Cathy, Susan, Janis and Wendy (originally from Four Mile Bridge) and their programme included pieces from Haydn, Beethoven and an item, ‘Home’ composed by their friend Dorry Macaulay.

The opening prayers and a vote of thanks were given by our Archdeacon Rev Andy Herrick.

Gifts of chocolates and wine in appreciation of their performance were given to the players.

With thanks to Leslie Duncan for sending this in: